We've created a calm space to share your own experience around grief and also listen and talk with others in a relaxing and informal virtual setting, most possibly unlike one you have yet to encounter.
Grief can often feel isolating, lonely and overwhelming. We aim to create a space for individuals to share their stories, or listen to others' stories about grief. The Grief Café is an environment where everyone has dealt with grief in one form or another. Our aim is to facilitate a space with which to share stories and methods of coping with grief within our vibrant online community.
Most importantly, we want to normalise the conversation about death and grief.
If you know someone this could be a useful event for, please share it with them too!
Who can you expect to meet?
As with our previous events, the main hosts will be Katie and Evee from The Grief Reality blog and welcomed in to our calm space by Arwa from Yoga Of Life. In addition, we also have international specialists, bereavement councillors and other invited 'special' guests.
What Can You Expect?
You can expect to meet with people from all walks of life who have gone through a similar experience to you. While no two grief journeys are the same, we want to build a community to learn from and listen to each other. We are a compassionate community where we can all help one another without judgement.
Dates for your diary
Saturday 03rd October 2020- 16:00 GMT - Sold out
Sunday 01st November 2020 - 17:00 GMT - Register here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-grief-cafe-tickets-124990007477?aff=erelpanelorg
Sunday 06th December 2020 - 17:00 GMT - Registration details to follow
Sunday 10th January 2021 - 17:00 GMT - Registration details to follow
Where do I sign up?
We will publish details closer to each event and tickets will be available via eventbrite
Good Grief was originally planned as a week-long festival in Bristol to help people talk, think and learn about grief. But then…Covid-19 hit and it became clear that large live scale events won’t be possible for some time.
Since then, we have been working hard to bring Good Grief Festival online as a global virtual event, taking place from October 30th to November 1st at a studio in the UK, reaching thousands of people all over the world.
Good Grief deeply believe that a festival exploring grief is more important than ever before. We are now working on a diverse programme of free events including talks, workshops, cultural events, wellbeing and more.
Funded by the Wellcome Trust, Good Grief is a collaboration between the University of Bristol and national charities and bereavement services.
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